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Old 03-25-2019, 07:24 AM   #1
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Condensate Drain Snake


My staff and I have been using the SmartSnake for over a year now. It has reduced and in most cases eliminated callbacks. It has a stainless steel rust resistant 20' long flexible shaft, with a clearing tip. When used with a cordless drill, can chew through algae and mineral build ups. (A good quality wet vac is needed to remove debris as it is broken up.)

We have used it on drains from 3/4 " and larger

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